Euphorbias are a beautiful addition to any borders, rock gardens, meadows and more. It’s very large and diverse genus succulent flowering plants, commonly known as spurge, Popular for their richly colored leaves and unusual flowers
How To Care
Light: prefer a spot in full sun, although they can tolerate partial shade.
Water: might need weekly watering during the summer
Fertilizer: Feed with a half-strength fertilizer monthly. add some organic matter, like compost, organic fertilizer
Temperature: do best with day time temperatures of 70° – 80° degrees Fahrenheit and nighttime temperatures of 55° – 65° degrees Fahrenheit.
Potting: grown from seed or by cuttings. Before sticking cuttings into potting soil, allow the succulent stem cuttings to dry and callous for a day or two.
Pruning: Trim back any damaged stems immediately after bloom to keep the plant tidy and healthy